Nishiki Kai Goma Furikake | Ume
Nishiki Kai Goma Furikake | Ume
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If you've ever visited Nishiki Market, the over 400-year old "pantry of Kyoto", you will have come across the Nishiki Kai shop. Nishiki Kai is famous for their iconic "takotamago" (octopus stuffed with quail egg) as well as their assortment of tantalizing sesame furikake. While we can't add octopus to our online shop, we are thrilled to now offer the DELICIOUS Nishiki Kai goma furikake that upgrades any meal. The Goma Furikake | Ume features the tartness and slight sweetness of Japanese pickled plum with the savory flavor of toasted sesame.
What we love about it:
Uses Kishu Ume, a high quality ume (pickled plum) from Wakayama, Japan
Adds a tasty kick to rice, salads, tofu, meat etc.
- An Omotenashi Selection award winner (recognizes products that are "overflowing with the unique charms of Japan that should be shared with the world"
- In the hotter months, the furikake might clump together slightly but this does not indicate any issue with the quality. Simply massage the furikake in the bag to remove clumps.
Ingredients: Sesame seeds, salt, sugars (sugar, oligosaccharides), fermented seasonings, bonito extract, plum (Kishu plum from Wakayama / Seasoning (amino acids, etc.), acidulant, coloring agent (monascus pigment, red cabbage pigment), perilla flavor
- Allergen information: contains sesame.
Please avoid direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity. After opening, store in a refrigerator and consume as soon as possible.
Made in Japan.
Nutrition (per 100g): Energy 472.8kcal, protein 14.6g, fat 37.8g, carbohydrate 18.6g, salt equivalent 5.1g
Taxes & Customs FeesAs our products are shipped from Japan they may be subject to taxes and to customs fees in the country of delivery. These costs are the customer’s responsibility.
For our customers in the USA:
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Carrier handling fees are typically $10 to $20.
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